Currently on view:
Friends new and old are invited to join us for this month’s First Thursday Open House event, when we keep our lights on late and throw our doors open to celebrate the newest work in our galleries.
This December, view artwork by our creative family of members! Whether they’ve worked with this year’s theme—Transformations—or just submitted what they’ve been working on lately, the variety of media means we’ve got something for everyone.
Also this month, you can pick up your own copy of our 2023 season catalog! Stop in to say hello, sign up for some classes, book tickets to upcoming events, and as always, relax with a glass of wine on the rooftop terrace and see the just-installed exhibition. Books & Books is the next stop, where you can browse the latest titles and catch up with old friends.
• VISIT IN PERSON →
Our galleries are open Tue-Sat, 10am-4pm, and are free of charge.
• VIEW ONLINE →
Sanger, XOJ and Zabar Project Galleries
They say change is constant, but there are certainly times when you feel it more than others. Time passes at the same speed overnight, for example, but reaches a crescendo at sunrise. The pop of a seedling emerging from the soil arrives after weeks of slumber as a humble pip. We’ve all been through a moment, so to speak, and invite our artist members to share what’s changed, even if it was always there.
sponsored by Harry S. Truman Little White House
Zabar Lobby Gallery
On view through Dec 10
In anticipation of a surefire highlight of our holiday season, we present selections from the fabulous art collection of Campbell Cawood, the longtime philanthropist and friend of Key West, who died in 2022. The mark of a true collector, Campbell’s home was filled with art in every corner, and the works on display include local icons such as Sal Salinero, Jack Baron and Jeff Beal, alongside modernist masters like Alexander Calder, Jon Kuhn and Frank Holiday. Also notable are artworks and objects related to Maya Angelou, for whom Cawood organized a legendary birthday party in Key West, with his close friend Oprah Winfrey.
image credit: Alexander Calder (original lithograph print)
Don’t forget to pick up a catalog!